Cute little doll house on a prime lot for renovation in Arlington Heights! 1 mile from the downtown Arlington train station and downtown area! Highlights include: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, hardwood floors fireplace, fenced in yard with a 1 car attached garage. The lot is 55 x 128. This home is well taken care of and would be great for downsizing but staying in a great location! Good things come in small packages!
This listing 411 North Dwyer Avenue Arlington Heights, Il 60005
is a detached single listing
with 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms and approximately 696 square feet on a lot of 6,970 sqft (or 0.16 acres). 411 North Dwyer Avenue was built in 1950. 411 North Dwyer Avenue is located in Arlington Heights and in ZIP Code 60005.
It has been listed on our site since 6/27/18.
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Arlington Heights is the 12th largest municipality in Illinois and the largest community in the northwest suburban corridor of Chicago. The Village provides many attractions such as the Arlington Park Racetrack, Arlington Theatres, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, and the Mitsuwa Japanese Marketplace. Developments, shopping, and recreational areas have made Arlington Heights an attractiv...
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